I have reinstalled the game. Removed and re-seated all of my hardware. Other than my CPU. I've tried removing some, and just plain moving my RAM around. I have GTX 1070's in SLI. I've removed one, and switched them around. All my hardware is high end and updated on drivers. My hard drive the game is on is a samsung 970 pro M.2... I can run this system at full load, protein folding, for as long as I want, weeks even, and it doesn't crash.
Hi. Thanks for reaching out to us. You may want to perform a [url=https://www.bungie.net/en/Help/Article/46501]scan and repair[/url] in the Battle.net app to see if that may help with your issue. If that doesn't work, delete the following local cache/settings directories: [spoiler][b]– %APPDATA%\Bungie\DestinyPC[/b][/spoiler] More suggestions: [quote][b]1.[/b] [url=https://www.bungie.net/en/Help/Article/46407]Remove your CVARS.xml[/url] file to see if that helps. [b]2.[/b] Turn VSYNC on and/or off to see if that helps at all. [b]3.[/b] Some users have reported that lowering your clockspeed of your GPU may help with this. [b]4.[/b] Some users have reported that lowering their hz on their monitor has helped with this issue. [b]5.[/b] [url=https://www.bungie.net/en/Forums/Post/250853399?sort=0&page=0]This player reported that removing Windows Gamebar has helped with this issue.[/url] [b]6.[/b] For AMD Radeon users, [url=https://www.bungie.net/en/Forums/Post/251664497?sort=0&page=0]a player reported that editing their Radeon Gaming Settings and Shader Cache helped them[/url]. [b]7.[/b] You may want to try lowering your graphics settings and capping your FPS. [b]8.[/b] Try lowering your FOV [/quote]